We are learning to use world maps, atlases and globes to identify the United Kingdom and its countries, as well as the countries, continents and oceans.
25th April... Happy World Penguin Day!
Did you know... There are 17 species of penguin, each slightly different.
A closer look a our Easter Hats...
Thank you to all our clever parents who helped to create these with their children at home.
A visit to Pizza Express
Cooking and Nutrition.
We are learning;
- about the importance of food hygiene.
- where our food comes from.
Super Scientists ...
Today we went to 'The Soanes Centre' for a special science workshop.
We were leaning about different materials and their properties.
RED NOSE DAY fashion designers!
Today we turned our classroom into a design studio.
The brief: To design a purposeful, functional, appealing product for themselves and other users based on design criteria.
Our design had to be based on a fictional character... Can you guess which fictional characters inspired our designs?
Nature Rangers (March)
We are learning to observe carefully (using magnifying glasses) animals in their micro habitats...
We are identifying and classifying the creatures we find.
The magic of Spring!
We got to meet some of the newest arrivals at the farm today. We are so lucky as these new born baby lambs and rare Golden Guernsey goat kids are not even on display to the public yet!
Last term we learnt that mammals give birth to live young and feed their babies milk...today we got to see this first hand!
Today we learnt how 'pancake day came about.
Did you know...
Shrove Tuesday is a Christian festival to mark the start of Lent.
Traditionally, Shrove Tuesday is associated with pancakes being eaten. This was the last chance to eat rich foods before Lent, and an opportunity to use up all of the luxury foods (such as fat, butter and eggs – which British pancakes are made of) which might go off during Lent.